Flash storage continues to slowly increase capacity, just as the demand for it becomes great enough to make it worthwhile. SanDisk has recently unveiled a new SD 2.0 card that boasts, among other things, 4GB of storage. For around $199 (which includes a reader) you'll be able to pick up the new unit, which is supposedly was made available today. SD cards have incredible range of use, and are seen in everything from cameras to routers to wireless access points, and with a lot of people pointing towards flash as the future of storage, it's nice to see them expanding the sizes up.
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